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The White-eye Bream is a fish of cyprinid family, that divides into a form with non-migratory life cycle and a semi-diadromous form. The white-eye bream lives in big European rivers: the Danube, the Dniestr, the Bug River, the Dniepr, the Don River, the Volga, the Kama River and the Vyatka River. It occurs in Kuybyshev, Saratov and Volgograd reservoirs as well as in the Volkhov River and the Northern Dvina. It prefers water bodies with moderate or strong currents. Adult fish stay in the deep water, young fish gather in the shallows.
The white-eye bream feeds on small crustaceans, mollusks, mosquito larvae and other insects. It finds food in the bottom water, also gripping silt and detritus. It is distinguished from other bream species by the longest anal fin and big eyes (up to 30% of head length) with white iris. Its silvery body is flatter and more elongated, than that of bream. Its fins are grayish, unpaired fins are darker on the edge. 
The white-eye bream reaches a length of slightly more than 40 cm and a weight up to 1 kg. Its maximum weight is 1.5 kg.

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  • 4 months later...

Yea i already started a small spreadsheet, but it would be nice if the descriptions were a bit more consequent and conclusive, like what hook sizes, what baits, what preferred method, what maps does it occur on, etc. This one says it likes silt, but there is no actual way of determining what the lake bed is, is there?

So what did you use to catch that one ;)?

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I will try to explain myself to the translator, I do not know if it will be exactly what I want
fishing is not an exact science but this particular fish usually eat "near" (by the edges) of the spots during the morning with hooks between 8-1 which are the ones that I usually land (I am a sea fisherman and lower numbers are not give me security) of the model berserk hooks ultra series

 I also invite you to add your experience among all we could achieve a great fish guide

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